4 Perfect Bathrooms
We just finished up a fun waterfront beach house in Jupiter, Florida and one of my favorite parts of the design was….the BATHROOMS! I really love all four of these spaces. The bathroom is an often neglected space where you can really get creative with your tile, hardware and wallpaper selections. I always say, take some risks if you want a designer look. Choose some fun and expected elements. I love how these turned out and the clients did too!
This bathroom was attached to a super fabulous girly bunk room we created for the family’s girls. It has just the right amount of girly flair while still keeping a chic and understated vibe. The palette for the space was pink, white and gray with pops of gold where we used brass fixtures by Kohler. The countertops are white calcutta marble and the walls are painted Peppermint by Benjamin Moore. The flooring is my favorite part – I love the gray glass petals and gray subway tile with white grout to make it pop.
The guest room palette is a bold black and white with statement wallpaper by Schumacher. This paper is called “Queen of Spain”. Isn’t it fabulous? The countertops are Calcutta Michelangelo and the cabinetry is painted with in Benjamin Moore’s Gray Horse. The Towner 3-light sconce is by Generation Lighting and the oblong mirror is by Arteriors. The tile in the shower, which is laid in a herringbone pattern, is by New Ravenna. The sleek black fixtures and knobs are by Kohler.
In the Primary Bath, I tried to create a spa-like feel and kept everything very neutral with lots of organic materials. The statement tub is a freestanding soak tub by Kohler with a chrome tub filler. We repeated the New Ravenna herringbone tile in the shower for continuity, and the shaker cabinets are painted in Benjamin Moore Alaskan Husky.
The cabana bath, which is just off the pool and area is a mix of crisp blacks and whites, with Benjamin Moore Revere Pewter on the cabinets. I love the black fixtures by Kohler, and we hung some extra hooks for bathing suits and towels right by the door.
I hope you enjoyed this photo tour of four beach house bathrooms! Which one is your favorite? Let us know what you think in the comments.
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